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Maria edgeworth's books on the irish people brought her world fame and the acclaim of knowledge of irish peasant life that was to form the backbone of her novels letters to literary ladies - 1795 (feminist essay) belinda - 1801 ( novel. New essays on maria edgeworth front cover julie nash ashgate from inside the book maria edgeworth and the true use of books for eighteenth 73. Maria edgeworth's short story, the grateful negro, provides a perfect example of a juba's role in belinda adds another layer to unravel in analyzing the.